Scotiabank hits new high on TTSE – Thursday

Scotiabank hits new high in T&T on Thursday.

Trading levels picked up on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Thursday in the exchange of 668,999 shares valued $13,061,809, compared to 449,674 units valued at just $3,940,185 previously traded.
Market activity, ended with 15 securities changing hands against 9 on Wednesday leading to 5 advancing, 3 declining and 7 remaining unchanged, with Scotiabank trading at a new high of $65. The Composite Index the Composite Index rose 0.20 points on Thursday to 1,246.98, the All T&T Index gained 2.75 points to 1,732.17, while the Cross Listed Index declined 0.33 points to close at 102.44.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 2 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
Gains| Ansa Mcal climbed 95 cents and ended at $59.95, with 30,282 units, First Caribbean International Bank closed with an increase of 2 cents at $8.90, after exchanging 40,960 shares, National Flour ended trading with a rise of 5 cents at $1.80, after exchanging 700 shares, Scotiabank jumped 75 cents higher to end at a 52 weeks’ high of $65, after exchanging 475 shares and Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 1 cent, concluding trading at $29.01, with a mere 300 units changing hands.
Losses|Grace Kennedy closed with a loss of 3 cents to end at $3.05, with 251,894 units, Sagicor Financial shed 1 cent and concluded trading at $7.98, with 124,277 units and Unilever Caribbean dropped $2.50 to close at $29.50, after exchanging 52,944 shares.
Firm Traded| Ansa Merchant ended at $40, after exchanging 1,010 shares, Calypso Macro Fund closed at $18 trading 28 units, First Citizens completed trading at $35, after exchanging 265 shares, Massy Holdings settled at $47.50, with 150,000 stock units changing hands, NCB Financial Group completed trading at $5.50, after exchanging 10,500 shares, Republic Financial Holdings settled at $102.63, with 2,884 stock units changing hands and Trinidad Cement ended at $3, after exchanging 2,483 shares.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Falling stocks dominate TTSE – Monday

Scotiabank closed at a new high of $64.2.

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading on Monday with slightly more securities trading than on Friday but with prices falling than rising but all market indices rose.
Trading ended with 15 securities changing hands against 12 on Friday leading to 3 advancing, 7 declining and 5 remaining unchanged.
The stocks that gained were mostly in the Market activity resulted in 276,320 shares at a value of $4,320,119 compared to 220,145 shares at a value of $3,003,375 changing hands, on Friday.
At close of the market the, Composite Index the Composite Index rose 6.34 points on Monday to 1,243.98, the All T&T Index added 1.28 points to 1,726.60, while the Cross Listed Index gained 1.58 points to close at 102.39.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 4 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
Gains| Guardian Holdings finished trading with a rise of 70 cents to end at $17.20, after exchanging 6,500 shares, JMMB Group gained 2 cents and concluded trading at $1.75, with 6,404 stock units changing hands and Scotiabank ended trading with an increase of 24 cents to a 52 weeks’ high of $64.25, after exchanging 116 shares.
Losses| Clico Investments shares fell 9 cents and ended at $20.11, with 4,160 units traded, First Citizens share fell 1 cent and settled at $34.99, after exchanging 640 shares, Massy Holdings shed 23 cents and concluded the day’s activity at $47.27, with 1,300 stock units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings lost 95 cents and ended at $101.71, with 22,241 stock units changing hands, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended trading 5 cents lower at $29, with 1,850 units, Trinidad Cement concluded trading with a loss of 9 cents to end at $2.90, after exchanging 24,323 shares and Unilever Caribbean traded with a loss of 50 cents and settled at $32, after exchanging 4,644 shares .
Firm Traded| First Caribbean International Bank completed trading at $8.89, after exchanging 20,000 shares, National Flour closed at $1.75, after exchanging 900 shares, NCB Financial Group settled at $5.50, after exchanging 67,050 shares, Sagicor Financial ended at $7.90, with 116,137 units and West Indian Tobacco concluded trading at $88.50, with 55 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Stocks mostly rise on TTSE – Friday

Scotiabank closed at a 52 weeks’ high on Friday.

The Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended trading on Friday with less securities trading than on Thursday but with prices ending mostly higher as 12 securities traded against 15 on Thursday leading to 7 advancing, 1 declining and 4 remaining unchanged.
The stocks that gained were mostly in the Market activity resulted in 220,145 shares at a value of $3,003,375 compared to 1,076,127 shares valued at $20,874,283 changing hands, on Thursday.
At close of the market the, Composite Index the Composite Index rose 2.65 points on Friday to 1,237.64, the All T&T Index gained 3.04 points to 1,725.32, while the Cross Listed Index inched higher by 0.31 points to close at 100.81.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 1 stock ending with a higher bid than the last selling price and 6 with lower offers.
Gains| Guardian Holdings concluded trading by rising 50 cents and settling at $16.50, after exchanging 83,904 shares, NCB Financial Group added 25 cents and concluded trading at $5.50, after exchanging 51,783 shares, Republic Financial Holdings increased 16 cents and ended at $102.66, with 2,500 stock units changing hands, Sagicor Financial rose 4 cents and completed trading at $7.90, with 55,672 units, Scotiabank gained 1 cent and settled at a 52 weeks’ high of $64.01, after exchanging 2,086 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 5 cents and completed trading at $29.05, with 601 units and Unilever Caribbean finished trading with a rise of 25 cents to $32.50, after exchanging 75 shares.
Losses| Prestige Holdings concluded trading with a loss of 14 cents and settled at $10.01, after exchanging 1,453 shares.
Firm Traded| Clico Investments completed trading at $20.20, with 18,407 units, First Caribbean International Bank settled at $8.89, after exchanging 499 shares, First Citizens concluded at $35, after exchanging 3,000 shares and National Enterprises completed trading at $9.65, with 165 units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Big gains on Thursday push TTSE

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Demand rises for Republic Financial Holdings

Strong gains in Guardian Holdings, Republic Financial Holdings and NCB Financial helped to push the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange market indices up on Thursday as trading level rose sharply.
The movement in Guardian and NCB shares followed a report that the NCB and disgruntled minority shareholders of Guardian were to meet to have discussions in an attempt to resolve concerns about the pricing of the offer. Republic gains follows strong March quarter results and pent up demand for the stock.
The market ended trading in 15 securities against 16 on Tuesday, with 7 advancing, 3 declining and 6 remaining unchanged. Market activity resulted in 1,076,127 shares valued at $20,874,283 compared to 335,799 shares at a value of $3,449,592 changing hands, on Wednesday.
At close of the market the, Composite Index the Composite Index jumped 8.29 points on Thursday to 1,234.99, the All T&T Index rose 5.67 points to 1,722.28, while the Cross Listed Index gained 1.50 points to close at 100.50.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 2 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
Gains| Grace Kennedy closed with a gain of 5 cents and settled at $3.05, with 301,234 units traded, Guardian Holdings gained 70 cents and concluded trading t $16, after exchanging 372,650 shares, Guardian Media finished trading with a gain of 1 cent and ended at $65.06, after exchanging just 6 shares, JMMB Group finished trading after an increase by 1 cent and completed trading at $1.73, with 149,834 stock units changing hands, NCB Financial Group rose 20 cents and ended at $5.25, after exchanging 49,276 shares, Republic Financial Holdings finished 79 cents higher and completed trading at $102.50, with 1,209 stock units changing hands and Trinidad Cement rose 24 cents to $2.99, after exchanging 90 shares.
Losses| Ansa Mcal shed 23 cents and settled at 52 weeks’ low of $59, with 143 units, National Flour lost 5 cents, ending at $1.75, after exchanging 400 shares and Unilever Caribbean dropped $1.75 and ended at $32.25, after trading 1,810 shares.
Firm Traded| Ansa Merchant concluded market activity at $40, after exchanging 500 shares, Clico Investments settled at $20.20, with 3,678 units, First Caribbean International Bank ended trading at $8.89, after exchanging 1,250 shares, Point Lisas settled at $3.81, with 1,283 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed at $29, with 65,343 units and West Indian Tobacco completed trading at $88.50, with 127,421 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place and are in TTSE dollars.

One stock pulled down TTSE – Wednesday

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Wednesday with trading in 16 securities against 15 on Tuesday, with 3 advancing, 1 declining and 12 remaining unchanged.
The market ended with 335,799 shares at a value of $3,449,592 compared to 331,441 shares valued at $1,920,957 changing hands on Tuesday. Sagicor Financial dominated trading with 249,178 units hat accounted for 74 percent of the day’s volume.
At close of the market the, Composite Index the Composite Index fell 5.15 points on Wednesday to 1,226.70, the All T&T Index fell 1.60 points to 1,716.61, while the Cross Listed Index fell 1.20 points to close at 99.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 2 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 4 with lower offers.
Gains| Guardian Holdings closed with a increase of 5 cents and settled at $15.30, after exchanging 13,626 shares, JMMB Group ended trading with 2 cents and ended at $1.72, with 3,444 stock units changing hands and Sagicor Financial finished 6 cents higher and completed trading at $7.86, with 249,178 units.
Losses| Ansa Mcal traded a mere 8 units with a loss of 56 cents to cloae at a 52 weeks’ low of $59.23.
Firm Traded| Angostura Holdings ended at $15.75, with 25 stock units changing hands, Clico Investments completed trading at $20.20, with 53,275 units, First Caribbean International Bank settled at $8.89, after exchanging 300 shares, First Citizens ended at $35, after exchanging 809 shares, LJ Williams B Share closed at 70 cents, after exchanging 3,304 shares, National Enterprises completed trading at $9.65, with 5,000 units, National Flour settled at $1.80, after exchanging 800 shares, NCB Financial Group concluded trading at $5.05, after exchanging 1,170 shares, Point Lisas completed trading at $3.81, with 100 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended trading at $29, with 3,475 units, Trinidad Cement settled at $2.75, after exchanging 1,200 shares and West Indian Tobacco closed at $88.50, with 85 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

TTSE close down again – Tuesday

Scotiabank traded at a new 52 weeks’ high of $64.

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Tuesday with trading in 15 securities against 15 on Monday, with 3 advancing, 4 declining and 9 remaining unchanged.
The market ended with units 331,441 shares valued at $1,920,957 changing hands, compared to 752,392 shares valued at $6,349,130 trading on Monday.
At close of the market the, Composite Index the Composite Index fell 0.06 points on Tuesday to 1,231.85, the All T&T Index rose 3.56 points to 1,718.21, while the Cross Listed Index fell 0.52 points to close at 100.20.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 3 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 5 with lower offers.
Gains| Massy Holdings rose 23 cents and completed trading at $47.50, with 450 stock units changing hands, One Caribbean Media closed with a rise of 1 cent and ended at $12.40, after exchanging 3,600 shares and Scotiabank added 76 cents and concluded trading at a 52 weeks’ high of $64, after exchanging 80 shares.
Losses|Grace Kennedy shares fell 10 cents and settled at $3, with 78,519 units, JMMB Group closed with a loss of 5 cents and completed trading at $1.70, with 110,850 stock units changing hands, LJ Williams B share shed 2 cents and ended at 70 cents, after exchanging 935 shares and NCB Financial Group lost 20 cents and ended at $5.05, after exchanging 61,199 shares.
Firm Traded| Angostura Holdings completed trading at $15.75, with 60 stock units changing hands, Clico Investments settled at $20.20, with 1,278 units, First Citizens ended at $35, after exchanging 10,719 shares, Guardian Holdings concluded at $15.25, after exchanging 20 shares, Republic Financial Holdings completed trading at $101.71, with 1,000 stock units changing hands, Sagicor Financial settled at $7.80, with 58,810 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL settled at $29, with 3,451 units and West Indian Tobacco completed trading at $88.50, with 450 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Stocks mixed on TTSE – Thursday

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Wednesday with trading in 16 securities against 10 on Wednesday, with 5 advancing, 3 declining and 8 remaining unchanged.
The market ended with 83,130 shares at a value of $1,588,413 compared to 65,391 shares at a value of $850,279 on Wednesday.
At close of the market the, Composite Index fell 4.86 points on Thursday to 1,241.73, the All T&T Index rose 0.73 points to 1,716.97, while the Cross Listed Index fell 1.45 points to close at 103.12.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 3 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 5 with lower offers, an indication of the continuation of a weak market currently.
Gains| Clico Investments concluded trading after rising 3 cents and settled at $20.20, with 15,277 units, Massy Holdings added 2 cents and completed trading at $47.27, with 1,200 stock units changing hands, National Flour increased 10 cents to $1.80, after exchanging 2,660 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL rose 30 cents and settled at a 52 weeks’ high of $29.05, with 22,027 units changing hands and Unilever Caribbean closed with a gain of 95 cents and ended at $34.95, after exchanging 15 shares.
Losses| Guardian Holdings ended trading 5 cents lower at $15.25, after exchanging 10 shares, NCB Financial Group concluded trading with a loss of 25 cents and ended at $5.50, after exchanging 20,361 shares and Prestige Holdings traded with a loss of 15 cents and ended at $10.15, after 1,525 shares changed hands.
Firm Traded| Angostura Holdings completed trading at $15.75, with 210 stock units changing hands, First Caribbean International Bank concluded trading at $8.90, after exchanging 56 shares, First Citizens ended at $35, after exchanging 1,235 shares, Grace Kennedy settled at $3.15, with 6,608 units, JMMB Group completed trading at $1.80, with 2,200 stock units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings ended trading at $101.68, with 2,688 stock units, Sagicor Financial settled at $7.75, with 6,058 units and Scotiabank concluded market activity at $63.24, after exchanging 1,000 shares.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

4 stocks rose 3 fell on TTSE – Wednesday

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Wednesday with trading in 10 securities against 12 on Tuesday, with 4 advancing, 3 declining and 3 remaining unchanged.
The market ended with 65,391 shares at a value of $850,279, compared to 142,483 shares with a value of $2,071,522, on Tuesday.
At close of the market the, Composite Index increased 0.18 points on Tuesday to 1,246.59, the All T&T Index shed 0.46 points to 1,716.24, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.11 points to close at 104.57.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 3 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 7 with lower offers, an indication of the continuation of a weak market currently.
Gains| Angostura Holdings rose 3 cents and ended at $15.75, with 127 stock units changing hands, Grace Kennedy rose 5 cents and completed trading at $3.15, with 12,507 units, Republic Financial Holdings gained 3 cents and ended at $101.68, with 242 stock units changing hands, Scotiabank finished trading with a gain of 1 cent at $63.24, after exchanging 1,661 shares.
Losses| Clico Investments shares fell 3 cents and completed trading at $20.17, with 12,182 units, National Flour closed with a loss of 15 cents and settled at $1.70, after exchanging 16,081 shares and Trinidad & Tobago NGL shed 25 cents and completed trading at $28.75, with 9,987 units changing hands.
Firm Traded| Sagicor Financial completed trading at $7.75, with 12,054 units, Unilever Caribbean ended at $34, after exchanging 450 shares and West Indian Tobacco closed at $88.51, with 100 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

7 stocks rose on TTSE – Tuesday

First Citizens closed at a 52 weeks’ high on Tuesday

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange ended on Tuesday with trading in 12 securities against 11 on Monday, with 7 advancing, 1 declining and 4 remaining unchanged.
The market ended with the total volume traded being 142,483 shares with a value of $2,071,522, compared to 199,710 shares with a value of $3,368,323.
At close of the market the, Composite Index At close of the market the Composite Index increased 3.44 points on Tuesday to 1,246.41, the All T&T Index gained 5.25 points to 1,716.70, while the Cross Listed Index rose 0.21 points to close at 104.46.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 3 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 8 with lower offers, an indication of the continuation of a weak market currently.
Gains| Clico Investments closed with a gain of 3 cents and completed trading at $20.20, with 30,000 units, First Citizens gained 62 cents and concluded at a 52 weeks’ high of $35, after exchanging 3,546 shares, LJ Williams B Share finished trading with a gain of 1 cent and concluded at $0.72, after exchanging 10,000 shares, National Flour closed with an increase of 10 cents and settled at $1.85, with 46,392 shares changing hands, Trinidad Cement ended trading with a rise of 33 cents and settled at $2.99, exchanging 2,308 shares, Unilever Caribbean finished 50 cents higher and concluded trading at $34, with 2,050 shares and West Indian Tobacco gained 1 cent and ended at $88.51, with 404 stock units changing hands.
Losses| Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended trading 1 cent lower to close at $29, in exchanging 36,108 shares.
Firm Traded| Grace Kennedy completed trading at $3.10, with 9,587 units, JMMB Group ended at $1.80, with 1,000 stock units changing hands, Massy Holdings ended at $47.25, with 588 stock units changing hands and Scotiabank settled at $63.23, after exchanging 500 shares.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Trading falls on TTSE – Monday

Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange Head Quarters

Trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange dipped sharply on Monday, from the heightened level on Friday, leading to continued decline in the market indices.
The market ended with 11 securities changing hands similar to the number on Thursday, leading to 2 securities advancing, 2 declining and 7 remaining unchanged. Total volume traded was 199,710 shares with a value of $3,368,323, compared to 1,503,086 shares on Friday valued at $30,992,486.
At close of the market the, Composite Index lost 0.17 points on Monday to end at 1,242.97, the All T&T Index fell 0.33 points to 1,711.45, while the Cross Listed Index remained unchanged points to close at 104.25.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows the market continuing to be weak as it closed with 6 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 7 with lower offers, an indication of the continuation of a weak market currently.
Gains| First Citizens increased 13 cents to conclude trading at $34.38, after exchanging 1,600 shares and Trinidad Cement rose 1 cent and settled at $2.66, after exchanging 591 shares..
Losses| Massy Holdings shares fell 15 cents and ended at $47.25, with 474 stock units changing hands and National Flour closed with a loss of 5 cents and settled at $1.75, after exchanging 6,003 shares.
Firm Traded| Clico Investments completed trading at $20.17, with 92,794 units, First Caribbean International Bank settled at $8.90, after exchanging 19,900 shares, NCB Financial Group concluded market activity at $5.75, in exchanging 317 shares, Sagicor Financial completed trading at $7.75, with 58,093 units, Scotiabank settled at $63.23, with an exchange of 3,033 shares, Trinidad & Tobago NGL closed trading at $29.01, with 15,305 units and West Indian Tobacco ended at $88.50, with 1,600 stock units changing hand.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.